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Dead Flowers by the Rolling Stones.

last.fm's info about the song:
“Dead Flowers” is a song written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards of the rock and roll band The Rolling Stones off their 1971 album Sticky Fingers. Recording on “Dead Flowers” began on December 15, 1969 at the Muscle Shoals Sound Studio in Alabama during their winter tour of America. It is one of the few songs on the album to feature each member of the Rolling Stones playing their respective instruments, plus pianist Ian Stewart.
Sorely tempted to go with Janis Joplin's "Piece of My Heart," which Faith Hill and her bubblegum approach nearly killed for all of humanity (Faith, if you're gonna sing that song, the least you could do is have a bottle of Southern Comfort on the stage!), but I have to go with fellow Ann Arbor, MI native and a man with connections to the Shoals sound, Bob Seger's "Turn The Page."

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Originally posted by moelarrycheez:
Sorely tempted to go with Janis Joplin's "Piece of My Heart," which Faith Hill and her bubblegum approach nearly killed for all of humanity (Faith, if you're gonna sing that song, the least you could do is have a bottle of Southern Comfort on the stage!), but I have to go with fellow Ann Arbor, MI native and a man with connections to the Shoals sound, Bob Seger's "Turn The Page."

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Nothing will ever match Joplin, but, as far as a cover goes, Melissa Etheridge's Piece of My Heart version blew Faith Hill out of the water.
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Originally posted by ^PuF^:
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Originally posted by moelarrycheez:
Sorely tempted to go with Janis Joplin's "Piece of My Heart," which Faith Hill and her bubblegum approach nearly killed for all of humanity (Faith, if you're gonna sing that song, the least you could do is have a bottle of Southern Comfort on the stage!), but I have to go with fellow Ann Arbor, MI native and a man with connections to the Shoals sound, Bob Seger's "Turn The Page."

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Nothing will ever match Joplin, but, as far as a cover goes, Melissa Etheridge's Piece of My Heart version blew Faith Hill out of the water.


I absolutely HATED the Faith Hill version. Janis must have been rolling in the grave.

"Hold on Loosely" 38 special

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